EM PHOTONICS, INC.
|EM PHOTONICS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120281003||METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ENABLING REAL-TIME SPECKLE PROCESSING USING HARDWARE PLATFORMS - An accelerator for the speckle atmospheric compensation algorithm may enable real-time speckle processing of video feeds that may enable the speckle algorithm to be applied in numerous real-time applications. The accelerator may be implemented in various forms, including hardware, software, and/or machine-readable media.||11-08-2012|
|20120014699||SYNCHRONIZING PHASES OF MULTIPLE OPITCAL CHANNELS - A system may include one or more devices that may be used to simultaneously measure and modulate phases of a many-channel optical system relative to a high frequency optical carrier. This device may be constructed using analog-to-digital converters, comparators, and distributed timers. A digital processor may be used to recover phase information from the measurements and to calculate an error compared to desired phase. The processor may then apply feedback to a phase modulator to correct the phase.||01-19-2012|
|20100318593||Method for Using a Graphics Processing Unit for Accelerated Iterative and Direct Solutions to Systems of Linear Equations - Methods for increasing the processing speed of computational electromagnetic methods, such as the Method of Moments (MoM), may involve using efficient mapping of algorithms onto a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) architecture. Various methods may provide speed/complexity improvements to either or both of: (1) direct solution via Lower-Upper (LU) factorization; and (2) iterative methods (e.g., Generalized Minimal Residual (GMRES) method).||12-16-2010|
|20090103832||METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ENABLING REAL-TIME SPECKLE PROCESSING USING HARDWARE PLATFORMS - Embodiments of the invention enable real-time speckle processing of video feeds that further enables the Speckle algorithm to be applied in numerous real-time applications. Exemplary embodiments of the invention include hardware, software and machine readable mediums for an accelerator for the Speckle atmospheric compensation algorithm.||04-23-2009|
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